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Saturday, November 6, 2010

14 zones of Nepal name in this basic:

  • Basic name from River : Bagmati, Bheri, Mahakali, Mechi, Karnali, Koshi, Gandaki, Narayani, Rapti & Seti.
  • Basic name from Mountain : Sagarmatha & Dhaulagire.
  • Basic name from Religious place : Janakpur & Lumbini.

Bagmati River

Bagmati River is located in inside of Kathmandu valley. It is main, religiously and historically important river. It flows towards the bank of Pashupatinath temple. The width of this river is 163 kilometers. it source is Bagdwar. Sub River of this river are Tukucha, Manhara, Dhobikhola, Nakhkhu Khola, Hanumante and Bhachakhuse.

Sagarmatha or Mount Everest

Mount Everest is the English name of ‘Sgarmatha’. It is the highest peak or mountain in the world. It locates in Nepal of Solukhumbu district and Mahalangur HimSrinkhola, which is rich in various beautiful places, mountains, peaks, rivers, temples, religious, religion, etc.
Its height is 8,848 meters or 29,028 feet. This mount is all worlds people attractive center point because of the tallest shape than other shape of the earth. First Tenjing Norge Sherpa of Nepal and Sir Admond Hilaari of Newzerland climbed the Mount Everest on May 29, 1953. Baburam Acharya an eminent person of history of Nepal had give name Sagarmatha on 1956. Before this, its peak name was Peak XV. Sarveyar George Everest of London had visited mountains of Nepal on 1965 then from his name gives the name “Mount Everest” for Sagarmatha.
Jhomolonma in Chinese language and Mitigute Chapulongana in Tibetan language called for Sagarmatha.
The first woman was Junko Tabee of Japan, who climbed Mount Everest. Actually, world highest peak Sagarmatha is a unique gift of Nature.

Friday, November 5, 2010

All in three's group

Tripitak: a collection of the precepts of the Buddha; 1) Vinaya, 2) Abhidhamma & 3) Sutta Pitakas

Tridosh: the three humours of the body; 1) Phlegm, 2) Bile & 3) Wind
Triyan; the three vehicles of Buddhism; 1) Mahayana, 2) Hinayana & 3) Vajrayana
Triyug: the three Yugas; 1) Satya, 2) Treta & 3) Dwapar
Triratna: the three meals; 1) Gold, 2) Copper  & 3) Silver
Trilok: the three worlds; 1) Heaven, 2)Earth & 3) Hell
Triwarna: the three main colors; 1) Black, 2) Red & Yellow
Trikal: the three times; 1) Past,  2) Present & 3) Future                              Or 1) Morning, 2) Noon & 3) Evening
Trishakti: the three godly powers; 1) Desire, 2) Knowledge & 3) Performance
Triwarga: three human pursuits;  1) Love, 2) Duty &  3) Wealth

Tridewa: the Hindu trinity; 1) Gods Brahma, 2) Vishnu & 3) Shiva
Trifala: the three myroblans/ a mixture of three myrobalans; 1) Terminalia chebula, 2) Emblica Officinalis 3) Cherryplum
Tripurus: persons of three generations: 1) Father, 2) Grandfather & 3) Great grandfather

Trimadhu: a mixture of three sweets; 1) Ghee or butter, 2) Sugar & 3) Honey
Trikut:  1) Dry Ginger, 2) Black Pepper & 3) Peepala
Trigun: three qualities; 1) Sattwa or Soul, 2) Quality of passion & 3) Spirit tama

Three kinds of pain; 1) Spiritual, 2) First Vedic & 3) Material
Tridosh: the three faults; 1) Speech or promise, 2) Bile & 3) Cough
Trilinga: three genders; 1) Male, 2) Female & 3) Neuter
Three ways of feelings; 1) Literature, 2) Music & 3) Arts
Three truths 1) Image, 2) Practical & 3) Other menses

Short related matter with Buddha

Location of Buddha’s (a follower of Gautam Buddha) excursion;
Swyambhu Mahawihar  in Nepal
Tripitak Mahawihar in Tibet                   
Tamrasila Wihar in Sri Lanka 
Bikramsila Wihar in India
Tachhyasila Wihar in Pakistan
Swarnsila Wihar in Thailand

Note: - “Mahawihar” means “Great Excursion”.

Four dwellings of Bauddha Religion:-
Lumbini, the Birthplace of Lord Buddha
Bodhgaya, where Buddha gets Buddhato
Saranatha, the first Precept
Kushenagar, Mahaparinirwan

Tripitak is a main composition of Buddha religion. Pitakas are three in this book. Sukti, Binaya and Abhidhamma are three Pitakas. Precept of Buddha in Sukti Pitaka, rules that to obey by mendicants and exhibition of Buddha are written.

Meaning of five colors related with Buddha religion;
Blue means body of Buddha.
Red means Blood of Buddha.
Yellow means the root of word Asthidhatu
Dark Red means mind of Buddha.
White color means teeth of Buddha

Where who see God?

A farmer says on paddy.
A gentle says on respect/prestige.
A rich says in money.
A poor says in heart.
Newar (one kind of caste of Nepal) says at Bhimsen Thaan (a religious place of Newari people).
A singer of Hymn says in song of praise.
A demon in drinking devil.
A butcher says in drinking blood.
A listener says in ear.
Singer says in singing.
Player of musical instrument says in tune/loom/warp.
A proud says in an intimation/sign/ a hint.
Acharya (educated person or MA passed person) says in Gita’s spirit marrow.
Mechanic says in electronic wave.
Hooligan (a showy person or a dandy) says in massacre bloodshed.
Thief says in thorny bar.
A goldsmith says in gold necklace.
Portion says in bell metal jug.
A scientist says in computer.
Judge says in authority or rights.
Child says in sweet bread (a kind of circular Nepali loaf, sweet sel).
A woman says in the paternal home of her (the maternal home of married woman) oil.
Player says in his/her own game.
Boatman says in big surge (spate or flood or torrent).
Prisoner says in dark jail.
Jailer says on hand’s irons.
The public says in unity.
A leader says in the net/snare/trap fraud.

Historic information about Nepal

Meaning and origin of word “Nepal
Nepal is regarded as a cultural form of ‘Nepa’ word. Tibetan calls ‘Nepa’ for Nepal. Because in Tibetans ‘Ne’ means ‘Centre’ and ‘Pa’ means ‘Country’. In another language of Tibet ‘Ne’ means ‘home’ and ‘Pal’ means ‘wool’, Therefore calls wool’s home.
It explains in feeder chronicle and Sknda Puran’s himawatokhanda (a part of Purans (Purans means Hindu mythology) or Himalayan obstacle) that “Ne” ascetic feeds so this part of the earth named as Nepal.

“Nepa” the only name is used by Newar, which goes after Nepal.

Nepal is mention due to the installation Pashupatinath by Gopal named ‘Nep’. Nep called to the generation of Gopal. Theirs house called Nepal.

The addition of a suffix ‘Aal’ (aal means place) onto ‘Nep’ (lap of mountain) and says Nepal in Sanskrit language.

Nepal means a smooth ground in Limbu language. Here some places are usually cultivated lands so it is Nepal.

Note: It needs more to research in this subject because there is not finding out same opinion whether there are various views in origin of Nepal.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Hair Tips: Care of hair

  • To give actual nutrition for hair, massage two times with tepid oil on the week. Good on blood circulation and united the needed nutrition from this oil massage. 
  • Massage the hair with coconut’s tepid oil before 2-3 hours than washing the hair. Again, wring the Towel, which has drowned into tepid water and wrapped air with this Towel. After keeping it one and half hour wash it.For the neat of hair regularly, wash 2-3 times in week. Wash hair with spume or rice water.
  • Use in the root of the hair of the mixture of one spoon Glycerin, a white part of one egg and two-spoon musk oil. Wash hair after two hours of using this mixture. 
  • To make healthy for hair, cook food on Sunflower’s oil. ‘Asocial Fete Acid’ is in Sunflower’s oil, which helps to hair to make lovely.
  • Destroy the rude from the massage of hair’s root with sunflower’s Oil.
  • The solution of leaving scurf of hair, we have to use in the root of hair of the mixture of lemon juice, coconut oil and Jaitun oil by making tepid.
  • Use the powder of grain of Rapeseed and Fenugreek.
  • Hair will not be dry when we use the two-spoon coconut oil mixing with one spoon lemon juice in the root of hair.
  • To bring bright in hair use the mixture of two teaspoon Mehandi (flour which use in hair), one teaspoon curd, one teaspoon powder of fenugreek’s grain, one big spoon coffee, two big spoon mint juice, two big spoon sacred plant juice. Keep it for two hours. If you want dark color then keep it for 3-4 hours. 

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Milk for Healthy

Milk is famous as an important element of Panchamrit (a mixture composed of milk, curd, ghee, honey and sugar) in Hindu culture. In sight of health also milk’s position is fully high not only religion. Its easily offer for God, father/forefathers/ancestors (pitri), venerable guest and it is nectar for patient or ill or sick or diseased person and helpless person. In public, how much faith towards the milk is proved from the saying “Mother” for Cow.
In Ayurved (science of medicine in Sanskrit), milk call as a delicious, burden, cool and strength of sperm. The drinks of milk take to deep sleep. From the milk made products also we can find nutrition and energy which finds from the milk. Rice-pudding is higher recognized and dearest edible food and solid milk, Khuwa, Peda ( peda means a kind of sweet meat) and all foods are also dear. It is cannot competed with any things for milk in vegetarian foods, drinking taste and arithmetic of health. It is using in various religion, customs and cultures.
It is noun as a nectar-drinking and worship respectably for cow dynasty in Arya culture. Its excellent explains on scriptural books. It uses as a Panchamrit. It is popular as a “Khola (River)” in Jain culture. There is the custom in Jain society that drenches the neat muslin cloth into the milk and dries it when needed drop it into water and make milk and drink it.
In Hindu and some of the countries are sight equally for cow’s milk and mother’s milk it uses to drink and make Chhurpi different items of cow as well as buffalo, yak, sheep and goat.
By the thinking concerning digestive system every age and stage people can drink milk. 
But fat people and unwanted to be fat, they can drink with throwing cream from milk it’s good saying by Physicians, doctor. Natural physician said that 3.5 % fat in the milk with having cream. Likewise, drink milk without cream because of more Cholestrol.
A one healthy person has to drink three glasses milk or things made of milk product per day for keeping health good. Especially vegetarian it is more important because the easiest and easy source of protein energy for vegetarian is milk.
 Do not drink it in the time of air-illness and growth of uric acid. In other it is a compulsory drinks for nutrition and healthy.
Its not any selected this person, this age can drink milk but the much quantity of fat in milk, fat person has to drink cream bring out milk. This is good.
Give drinking natural milk of cow, buffalo from two years to 15 years child. Above six months child who are drinking mother’s milk have to give milk of cow with well boiling.
Some people afraid from the increased of the weight therefore take carefulness in drinking milk and eating milk product things. it is proved by study that in the exercise of decreasing fat body, drinking milk and curd do not block. If person who has weak of bone has practiced to decrease the fat from another method then s/he has not needed to leave milk because Calcium and Protein has naturally in milk. The person who plays game or players have to drink milk compulsory to keep fit and strong for bones.
From the study of scientist, it is known that the prospects of cancer bone decreases 60 % because calcium and vitamin 'd' available into milk.

Several matters related with religion & culture:-

The five parts of a tree (Wanspati Panchang):
1)    Root
2)    Bark
3)    Leaf
4)    Flower
5)    Fruit

The five elements (Panchatattwa):
 1)    Earth
2)    Air
3)    Water
4)    Fire
5)    Sky

The five sense organs (Panchaganendriya):
1)    Ear
2)    Eye
3)    Nose
4)    Tongue
5)    Skin
A mixture composed of milk (Panchamrit):
1)    Milk
2)    Curd
3)    Ghee
4)    Honey
5)    Sugar
Five trees: 
1)    The Banyan tree (Bar)
2)    The Holy fig tree (Peepal)
3)    Silk-cotton tree (Swame)
4)    Cherry Plum (Amala)
5)    The Coral tree (Parijat)

     Five qualities:
1)    Word
2)    Feel
3)    Figure
4)    Juice
5)    Smell

     Body also mends by five elements (Panchatato):
1)    Our body’s holes are the shape of the sky.
2)    Respiration/breath, life as a wind shape
3)    Heat as fire
4)    Blood, sweat, perspiration, vapory as a water shape
5)    Bone, skin as a earth shape

     The five symptoms (especially for students):
1)    As clever as crow
2)    Meditation as like as crane
3)    As sleep as dog
4)    Little feed
5)    Resignation of home

     Five kinds of love:
1)    Watsalya (a parent’s love towards progeny)
2)    Bewilderment or Moha (love between husband & wife)
3)    Passion or Anurag (love between friends)
4)    Longing or Ichchha (love towards material things)
5)    Devotion or Bhakti (love towards God)

     Five duties:
1)    Counting the beads
2)    Sacrifice
3)    Fearful crown
4)    Gratification
5)    Coronation

     Natural disposition:
1)    Non-Interference
2)    Sovereignty
3)    Good Popularity
4)    Peaceful
5)    Mutual help

     Five faces:
1)    Eastern mouth- God Brahma & Earth
2)    Northern mouth- Water & God Vishnu
3)    Southern mouth-Fire and God Rudra
4)    Eastern Mouth-Wind & Fire
5)    Urdh mouth- Sky & Sadashiva

     Five rules which upasakas (Buddhist) observe (five principles of mutual respect for regional integrity & sovereignty) (Panchashil):
1)    Do not kill
2)    Do not steal
3)    Do not lie
4)    Do not use hard drinks
5)    Do not marry

     Five precious things (Pancharatna):

1)    Sapphire
2)    Diamond
3)    Ruby
4)    Pearl
5)    Amethyst or Coral

     Five Budhisattvas (Panchabodisattva):
1)    Samanta Bhadra
2)    Vajrapani
3)    Ratnapani
4)    Padmapani
5)    Viswapani

     The five articles yielded by a cow (Panchagawya):
1)    Milk
2)    Curd or Yoghurt
3)    Clarified Butter
4)    Dung
5)    Urine

     The five virgins the five virgins according to Puranas (Panchakanya):
1)    Achaly
2)    Draupadi
3)    Kunti
4)    Tara
5)    Mandodari

     Five metals (Panchadhatu):
1)    Gold
2)    Silver
3)    Copper
4)    Bell metal
5)    Brass

     Five musical instruments (PancheBaja):
1)    Dhama
2)    Sahanai
3)    Narsinga - A musical wind instrument
4)    Jhyale or Cymbals
5)    Tyamko

     An almanac of Hindu astrology (Panchang):

1)    Day of week
2)    Date
3)    Star constellation of 28 stars
4)    An auspicious moment (junction)
5)    Act or Karn

     Five Bodhisattvas (Panchabodisattva):
1)    Three eyes or trairochan
2)    Ratnasambhav
3)    Achyobha
4)    Amitabh
5)    Amoghasiddhi  
     Five Fathers (Panchapita):
1) Father who gives birth
2) Father-in law
3) King
4) Guru
5) Farmer
 Five festivals (Panchaparwa): 
1)    The eighth day of the lunar fortnight (Ashtame)
2)    14th day of the new moon (Chaturdasi)
3)    A full moon day (Purnima)
4)    The day of the new moon (Ause)
5)    The first day of a month (Rabi Sankranti)

     Five Gods (Panchadev):
1)    Ganesh
2)    Sun (Diwakar)
3)    Devi
4)    Rudra
5)    Vishnu

     Five kinds of grain:
1)    Paddy
2)    Bean
3)    Sesamum seed
4)    Pulse or masa
5)    Barley
Five great religious sacrifices:
1)    Eternal religious sacrifice
2)    Worship to God (A burnt offering)
3)    (Sacrifice to the Ghost)
4)    Obsequial rites in honor of deceased of ancestors
5)    Worship to guest

Five openings of the Pashupatinath:
1)    Tatpurus
2)    Sadhojat
3)    Wamana
4)    Aghor
5)    Esan
                      (Note:- Italic design words are name or Sanskrit word.)

Traditional person and their wives name:-
Persons name ………………………… Wives name…
Veda wyas……………………………….Pingala
Basudev …………………………………Devaki
Agni ……………………………………..Swaha
Siddhartha Gautam (Gautam Buddha)….Yashodhara
Krishna………………………………….Rukmani/ Yashodha